DOK Leipzig 30. Oktober – 5. November 2017
60. Internationales Leipziger Festival für Dokumentar- und Animationsfilm
DOK Leipzig 30 October – 5 November 2017
60th International Leipzig Festival for Documentary and Animated Film
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DOK Panels 2013


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DOK Panels 2013

DOK Panel: Kerzen vor dem CAPITOL - Kritische Jugend, Dokwoche und Stasi

 

Am 18. November 1983, dem  Eröffnungsabend der 26. Internationalen Leipziger Dokumentar- und Kurzfilmwoche, versammelten sich etwa zwei Dutzend Jugendliche vor dem Kino „Capitol“. Sie entzündeten Kerzen, um angesichts der Aufrüstung auch in der DDR ein Zeichen für den Frieden zu setzen...

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KURATOR & MODERATOR

  • Jörg Taszman


DISKUSSIONSTEILNEHMER

  • Ronald Trisch (Berlin)
  • Patrice Catillo (Leipzig, Zeitzeuge)
  • Dr. Andreas Kötzing (Leipzig, Filmhistoriker, Journalist)
  • Christoph Boekel (Köln, Regisseur)

Hören Sie sich hier die Diskussion an:

[253.1MB/mp3]
DOK Panel: how to work with international funds?

 

Featuring some of DOK Leipzig's most charming international guests, this lively discussion will pull back the curtain on their processes, revealing all you need to know about their application process and selection criteria, the support they offer, to the advantages and drawbacks of working with new partners...

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HOST

  • Daniel Saltzwedel (Medienboard Berlin-Brandenburg, Potsdam)


PANELISTS

  • Charlotte Cook (Hot Docs Canadian International Documentary Festival, Toronto)
  • Ryan Harrington (Tribeca Institute, New York)
  • Luke Moody (Britdoc Foundation, London)

 

 

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[119.7MB/mp3]
DOK Panel: The Diverse Universe of Asian Documentary: About Current Initiatives and Brand New Films

 

Looking at the Asian Documentary means entering a universe of diverse traditions of storytelling, film making, visual aesthetics and cultural backgrounds. There is a rich experience of documentary production and distribution in Asia. But up until recently documentary film was still lacking in infrastructure in many countries...

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HOST

  • Claas Danielsen (DOK Leipzig)


PANELISTS

  • Dorothea Schiebel (Crossing Borders, Munich)
  • Gargi Sen (Magic Lantern Movies LLP, New Delhi)
  • Lulu Ratna (DocNet Southeast Asia, Jakarta)
  • Jane Yu (Taipeh International Film Festival, Taipeh)

 

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[135.0MB/mp3]
DOK Panel: Unconfirmed Legends: From the Grey Area between Recorded and Remembered Culture

 

Parallel to this year’s retrospective, “STORM! A Journey in Eight Mass Movements Through the Short 20th Century”, this panel looks at the questions of which resistance movements find their way into the collective memory (and which don’t), how memory is constructed and what role the visual plays, as well as what the difference between document and documentary is, who is speaking, to whom and – cui bono?

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HOST

  • Olaf Möller (Curator, DOK Leipzig retrospective "Storm!")


PANELISTS

  • Peter von Bagh (Director, Helsinki)
  • Andreas Goldstein (Director / Producer, Leipzig / Berlin)
  • Monica Maurer (Director, Rome / Munich)
  • José Filip Costa (Director, Guinea-Bissau)

 

 

 

 

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[94.5MB/mp3]
DOK Panel: Darf ich hier drehen? Privatisierung der Wirklichkeit

 

Für Dokumentaristen wurde das Urheberrecht nicht einfacher, sondern komplizierter. Die Möglichkeit, die Wirklichkeit zu dokumentieren, wird immer weiter eingeschränkt. Drehgenehmigungen zu erhalten, ist schwierig. Und selbst wenn man diese hat, ist eine Veröffentlichung nicht automatisch erlaubt...

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KURATOR & MODERATOR:

  • Heiko Hilker (Dresdner Institut für Bildung und Beratung, DIMBB)


DISKUSSIONSTEILNEHMER

  • Dr. Tobias Holzmüller (GEMA, Justiziar)
  • Henrik Regel und Björn Birg (Filmemacher)
  • Matthias Fritsch (Filmemacher) 
  • Thomas Frickel (AG Dok)
  • Martina Michels (Politikerin, Abgeordnete des Europaparlaments)
  • C. Cay Wesnigk (Vorstandsmitglied AG DOK)
  • Dietmar Post (Regisseur)
  • Christlieb Klages (Rechtsanwalt)
  • Andreas Lewin (DOKU.ARTS)

 
Hören Sie sich hier die Diskussion an:

[174.4MB/mp3]
Animadoc Panel: Animadoc Case Studies - Refresh your Mind

 

For the past 17 years, DOK Leipzig hasbeen closely following developments in animated documentary filmmaking andconsistently presenting innovative ideas and projects in this area intended to feedinterest in the combination of different techniques and genres. This year's panel on Animadoc film for the first time takes thestep toward cross-media...

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HOSTS

  • Pamela Cohn (DokuFest, Kosovo)
  • Uri Kranot (Opening Presentation / AniDox Lab, Viborg, Denmark)

 

PANELISTS

  • Sheila Sofian (Animator, Sofafilms Productions, USA)
  • Lise Saxtrup (Producer, Klassefilm, Denmark)
  • Trine Laier (Director, Denmark)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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[86.0MB/mp3]
DOK Panel: Brasil, Brasil! Making Documentaries Today

 

Most of us only know the clichés about the largest country in Latin America: football, Carnival, samba and caipirinha. Despite the country's long and varied cinematic tradition, only a little, if any, of its cinematic output makes it to Europe. DOK Leipzig wants to change that and is dedicating a special programme to the country, consisting of 10 films by predominantly young directors...

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CURATOR

  • Christine Hille (DOK Leipzig)


HOST

  • Anna Glogowski (France 3, Paris)


PANELISTS

  • Amir Labaki (It's All True - International Documentary Film Festival, São Paulo)
  • Gustavo Beck (Producer, São Paulo)
  • Paulo de Carvalho (Producer and curator of Brazilian film programme at DOK Leipzig, Berlin)
  • Eduardo Valente (Head of international affairs at ancine - Agencia Nacional do Cinema, Rio de Janeiro)
  • Aly Muritiba  (Director of  "A gente" (C(u)stodians) and "Pátio", Rio de Janeiro)

 


 Listen to the DOK Panel here:

[118.3MB/mp3]